And so she had wearied him, who saw in her no more than a sweet loveliness that had cloyed him presently.
The idea that adulation ever cloyed on him was ludicrous in itself.
This cloyed her, and now she does not take sugar in her tea.
Their senses, cloyed by grief, knew that whatever it was of ill-omen, it could not touch them now.
I've been cloyed on house air and oratory and future greatness.
At all events there is novelty in being an object of disgust to any man, just when Worcester has so cloyed me with sweets!
There was no piquancy left in anything; all had palled and staled on their cloyed palates.
But I am not so apt to be cloyed with study, or reflection, as formerly.
Mrs. Williams could not endure the smell of fish; they had been cloyed on small game, and were surfeited on venison.
His was a nature which liked to gloat over a goal on the horizon He cared not a whit for sweet girls; they cloyed.